Helmet used as weapon in Pa. high school football game
HAMBURG, Pa. - September 11, 2013 (WPVI) -- A high school football game in central Pennsylvania quickly got out of hand Friday night, and now police are investigating.
A video camera captured the incident from Friday night's game between Hamburg High School and Annville-Cleona High School in Lebanon County.
Police say Hamburg's quarterback, Joe Cominsky, ripped off an opposing player's helmet and used it to hit the player twice in the head.
The victim, Josh Hartman, walked away with minor injuries.
It is still unclear what provoked the attack.
Both players were ejected from the game and will serve a one-game suspension.
pennsylvania news, fight, local/state
- Multi-vehicle crash closes EB Pa. Turnpike 6 min ago
- Temps Soar
- Get the 6abc StormTracker app
- 2013 Troop Greetings
- 2 men sought in Deptford Twp. hotel robbery
- Quick moving blaze damages house in West Philly
- 1 dead after car plunges into lake in Vineland
- Security breach affected all cards, not just Target's
- Steps you can take to reduce fraud risk
- Over 75 injured in partial London theater collapse
- Is heroin addiction as close as your medicine cabinet?
- Philadelphia Police search for missing 2-year-old boy
- Attempted child luring in Newtown, Bucks County
- 50 coworkers in Del. to split $1M Mega Millions ticket
- Temps Soar
- Florida Rep. Radel returns from rehab
39 min ago